Better air conditioners
A new technology uses up to 75% less energy than traditional air conditioners, and relies on water rather than environment-damaging refrigerants.
Researchers at Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences outline an affordable approach for taking excess carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere to help reduce the rising temperatures of climate change.
Respite from the heat and rain
Inexpensive, recyclable plastic
Easy to fabricate, transport, and assemble
Rising health concerns
Rising security risks
Rising carbon dioxide
Solutions from our campus
of onsite solar energy installations
vegetated green roofs across campus
of Harvard’s bus fleet is electric
Building a sustainable future
Our new Science and Engineering Complex (SEC) has been certified by two international building certification programs as one of the healthiest, most sustainable, and energy-efficient laboratories in the world.